New Mercedes C-Class Reveals its Face

Spy Shots

Next-gen Mercedes C-Class caught sans the front camo while it undergoes hot weather testing.

Having recently shed some camo, the new C-Class has once again been spied this time revealing the updated design of its front bumper. In order to get some cool air to the hot engine during some warm weather testing the test drivers had to remove some camo. And our spy photographer was standing by to take some shots as the front of the next-generation mid-level sedan was partially undressed. The sedan will be out next year and will be produced for the first time in the US for American clients at Mercedes' Tuscaloosa plant in Alabama.

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